Hannah Frank / Skyline Semblance/ Qajaq / E.P. Schwartz
|Date & Time:||Fri, 06/21/2019 - 10:00pm - Sat, 06/22/2019 - 1:00am|
Hannah Frank's alternative folk roots music with heavy lyrics is twenty years in the making. Her clear country-tinged voice paints imagery of characters, and tells stories through prose tinged with psychology and word play. Audiences in venues as wide ranging as small cafes to large stages enjoy an original act with traces of blues, Americana, rock, world and jazz.
Check her out here: https://hannahfrankgroup.com
Check them out here: https://www.skylinesemblance.com
Qajaq (kī-ˌak) is an indie band from Chicago. They craft lush soundscapes inspired by the natural world.
Formed in 2013 by David Shay, Qajaq, the Greenlandic word for kayak, is meant to be just that: a boat for an individual to journey out to a sacred place in search for answers to bigger questions; questions about reality, social structures, the injustices of the modern world, and postmodern views on the divine.
Check them out here: https://qajaqmusic.com/
Eric Peter Schwartz says that the best way to describe his sound is pop-tinged folk-rock. If you squeezed Bryan Adams, The Indigo Girls and Warren Zevon into one person, it might sound something like this.
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|Address:||2002 N. Halsted, Chicago, Illinois 60614|